Canadian Press – NEW YORK – Verizon Communications Inc.’s plan to open its wireless network to any devices, not just Verizon cellphones, is partly motivated by a desire to cut costs, the company’s chief operating officer said Wednesday.
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Reuters – Video recording on cellphones is set to reach high definition (HD) quality in a few years’ time, an executive at the world’s top cellphone maker Nokia (NOK1V.HE) said on Wednesday.
InfoWorld – French mobile phone operator Orange sold 30,000 iPhones in the five days following its Nov. 29 launch, the company said Wednesday.
Canadian Press – HELSINKI, Finland – Nokia Corp. said Tuesday it expects the global market for mobile devices to grow 10 per cent next year, and the company plans to provide its handset owners with more music as part of efforts to enhance its Internet services.
Reuters – If you are a Catholic looking for a saint in heaven to protect you, you no longer have to carry a small “holy card.” You can get the image sent to your cellphone.
Reuters – Nokia (NOK1V.HE) said on Tuesday it expects to reach an operating profit margin of around 20 percent over the next one to two years from its cellphone and services business.
Reuters – Mobile phone maker Motorola Inc , which announced last week that Chief Executive Ed Zander will step down, said on Monday its chief technology officer, Padmasree Warrior, had left the company to pursue other opportunities.
TechWeb – The companies are working toward a technology to launch next year that allows mobile phones to seamlessly switch calls between cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
Reuters – Top U.S. phone company AT&T Inc said on Monday it plans to end its dwindling pay phone business by the end of 2008, as more consumers use mobile phones.
AP – Google Inc. confirmed its plans to bid for a prized piece of the airwaves in an upcoming government auction, further underscoring the Internet search leader’s determination to shake up the wireless market and plumb more profits from mobile phones.